Guides and Lists

How to Cook Quinoa (+ 16 ways to use it!) 1

How to Cook Quinoa (+ 16 ways to use it!)

It’s easy to cook the perfect pot of fluffy quinoa when you know the right method! You’ll love using this gluten-free grain in all of your favorite soups, salads, and side dishes. 

Top 12 Recipes of 2012 4

Top 12 Recipes of 2012

Healthy-Delicious.com_Popular 2012 Recipes

2012 was an amazing year for Healthy. Delicious. and I have a feeling that 2013 is going to be even better. Before that though, let’s take one last look at the recipes that 2012 brought. This is always one of my favorite posts to do, since it reminds me great recipes that I’ve forgotten about! First, lets start with your favorite recipes. These are the five recipes from 2012 with the most views (there are a few older ones that have more, but I limited this list to recipes that were originally posted this year.)

Review: Marzetti Simply Dressed Refrigerated Salad Dressing 5

Review: Marzetti Simply Dressed Refrigerated Salad Dressing

It’s a new month (seriously, can anyone believe its December already?!) and I have a few new and exciting projects up my sleeve. The first is that I’ve been asked to be a “spokesblogger” for Marzetti Simply Dressed salad dressings! 


Throughout the month of December, in addition to my regular posts, I’ll be featuring a few quick and easy recipes that I created featuring these dressings. At the end of the month, there will be a fabulous giveaway that will allow two of you to try the dressing out for yourself.

Six Recipes to Start the New Year Right

The start of the year is a great time for new beginnings and I, like so many other people, hope to take the time to refocus on eating healthily. After a season of festivity, it can be difficult to get back on track — and cold, gloomy weather that makes me crave comfort foods certainly doesn’t help!
Starting this week, I’ll be back to regularly posting healthy and delicious recipes — I have a chili recipe planned for Thursday that you won’t want to miss — but before I get to that, I thought I would take the opportunity to look back at some of my favorite healthy recipes from the past year or so. These six meals (I just couldn’t narrow it down to five; you get a bonus) are comforting, easy to prepare, and full of flavor that’s perfect for the cold winter months. In other words, they’re the perfect way to start 2011 off on the right foot, without feeling deprived.
Happy New Year!


Spicy Crab and Corn Chowder


Mahi Mahi in Oolong Broth


Taco Bake


Southwest Lentil Patties with Creamy Lime Dressing